ELCT 531 - Digital Control Systems

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ELCT 531

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Digital Control Systems


CREDITS/CONTACT HOURS: Credits: 3, Contact Hours: 42


COORDINATOR:

Dr. Herbert L. Ginn


TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER REQUIRED MATERIAL:

Digital Control System Analysis and Design,
by C. L. Phillips, H.
T. Nagle:

Prentice Hall, 3rd Edition, ISBN: 0
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13
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309832
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X


SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS:



CATALOG DATA:


(Prerequisite: ELCT331). Three hour lecture.
Analysis and design of discrete
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time control
systems, implementation of control systems using digital electron
ic systems. Applications to
electrical systems.


REQUIRED/ELECTIVE:

Required



TOPICS COVERED:



Introduction to digital control systems

(3 hours)



Discrete time systems and the z
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transform

(3 hours)



Sampling and reconstruction

(9 hours)



State variables in di
screte time systems (6 hours)



Closed
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loop discrete time systems (6 hours)



Sampled
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data transformation of analog controllers (6 hours)



Digital controller design (9 hours)


COURSE OUTCOMES:

1.

Students will be able to model sampled
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data systems (a,e)

2.

Students w
ill be able to analyze simple discrete
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time state
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variable systems (a)

3.

Students will be able to design digital compensators (a,e,k)


Relation of course outcomes to program outcomes

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indicates no relation

Program Outcomes

Course Outcomes

1

2

3

4

5

6

an ability to apply knowledge of math,
science and eng. (a)

L

L

L




an ability to design and conduct
experiments, as well as to analyze and
interpret data (b)







an ability to des
ign a system, component,
or process to meet desired needs within
realistic constraints such as economic,
environmental, social, political, ethical,
health and safety, manufacturability, and
sustainability (c)







an ability to function on multidisciplin
ary
teams (d)







an ability to identify, formulate and solve
engineering problems (e)

M


M




an ability to use the techniques, skills, and
modern eng. tool necessary (k)



H







ASSESSMENT METHODS:

1.

Tests

2.

Homework Assignments

3.

Final Project